Although Singapore is an island nation, we have limited natural water resources. Securing a stable and clean water supply to ensure long-term water sustainability is of paramount importance. To address this challenge, Singapore companies have developed extensive capabilities to ensure that Singapore, and other cities who face the same problems, are able to build water resilience.
Environmental services are fundamental for robust social development. As a newly independent country in the 1960s, Singapore faced issues such as pollution and unsanitary living conditions, prompting a concerted effort from the public and private sectors to clean the city up. Today, Singapore is a clean and green garden in a city, while Singapore companies are recognised for their expertise in the environmental solutions sector.
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This company’s Intelligent Integrated Bio-Sensor provides early warning for illegal and accidental discharge of heavy metals into public sewage. It is a competitive alternative to existing manual sampling methods, which can be time-consuming and expensive.
This company provides in-water communication, navigation, monitoring and sensing products and solutions. Its Subnero Water Assessment Network (SWAN) is an integrated cloud-based networked robotic system that enables real-time water quality data collection and visualisation through the use of an autonomous platform for reservoirs and lakes. The company’s wireless networked communications portfolio provides software-defined underwater acoustic devices and solutions for marine, offshore, subsea, research and defence sectors.
A leading water technology company, Zweec creates innovative solutions such as AquaTEC, a system that provides crucial first-line assessment of drinking water. Through 24/7 real-time remote monitoring and speedy detection of irregularities, it enables timely interventions to safeguard water security.
The company has completed projects in Australia, China, Taiwan and the Middle East.
As a rainwater drainage solution provider, this company designs draining systems, and its sophonic, pressurised and hybrid solutions add up to 20 million sq m of roof area across the Asia Pacific. That includes the Marina Bay Sands SkyPark in Singapore and the Beijing National Stadium (or Bird’s Nest) in China.
A specialist in urban irrigation and the harvesting and treatment of rainwater, this company also undertook the master planning of decentralised stormwater management projects in Singapore using advanced hydrodynamic modelling systems. Its projects span the public, commercial, and industrial sectors, and it is focused on using innovative, high-tech solutions such as AI, big data, and cloud computing to optimise the earth’s natural resources.
Netatech has completed projects globally, and is present in the Philippines and Thailand.
This integrated smart facility management solutions provider integrates numerous building services within a single platform to improve efficiency and communication. For instance, its smart toilet system tracks usage patterns, allowing for cleaning-on-demand operations.
Besides Singapore, the company is present in China where it has upgraded smart restrooms, undertaken redesign and construction projects, and partnered with multinational corporations to provide smart building services solutions in numerous provinces.
This company is one of Singapore’s premier integrated cleaning, waste management and recycling providers. It pioneered the development and adoption of innovative technologies, and has strategic collaborations with partners in areas such as robotics, IoT, and anti-viral chemicals. From the deployment of autonomous robots, to the implementation of smart washroom systems, CTM seeks to optimise manpower deployment for sustainable growth.
IFSC provides advanced integrated solutions that provide continuous insight into how urban facilities can be holistically managed in an efficient, reliable and sustainable way. Its full suite of solutions includes cleaning robots, smart sensors, a quality audit system, and a smart digital management platform built specifically for the cleaning and facilities management sector.
This manufacturer of waste management equipment offers solutions such as a waste compactor with an on-demand waste collection function, and a 24/7 monitoring system that enables operators to manage waste more efficiently. The compactor itself is compact and comes in portable and stationary versions.
Its solutions have been deployed in Singapore, Malaysia, Brunei and China.
As one of the four licensed public waste collectors in Singapore, this company currently serves one-third of the municipal waste collection sectors in Singapore, which comprises about 355,000 households. To complement its waste collection services, it also operates an integrated facility that helps to enhance Singapore’s recycling rate.
A specialist in oil and chemical waste management, this company provides treatment and logistics services for hazardous industrial waste and wastewater from the oil & gas, pharmaceutical, and aerospace sectors. It also handles oily waste and wastewater from the land and marine transportation sectors, all in compliance with stringent environmental, health and safety regulations.
This provider of pneumatic waste conveyance system solutions uses an underground pipe network to transport waste from various disposal points to a centralised bin centre. It designs, supplies, installs and maintains solutions for centralised municipal waste collection in several Singapore housing districts.
This company provides general waste management services for the construction, industrial and commercial sectors. It also focuses on material recovery and recycling, and has innovative waste management technologies such as a robotic waste separation system that uses AI.
This startup uses its proprietary plasma-assisted AMP system to convert municipal and organic waste into concentrated ash, which can then be used for road and building construction, compost and landscaping and planting. This smart system is mobile and compact, and can also process hazardous bio-medical waste and recover precious metals from electronic waste, thus providing a circular and cost-efficient waste treatment process.
AGE is headquartered in Singapore, and has marketing presence in Southeast Asia, the Middle East and Central Asia.
This global leading provider of sustainable environmental solutions solves some of the world’s most pressing waste and water issues. As the environmental technology arm of Keppel Corporation, one of Singapore’s flagship multinational companies, Keppel Seghers provides expertise in design, engineering, technology development, construction, operations and maintenance, as well as investments.
Keppel Seghers has deployed solutions in Europe, North and South America, the Asia Pacific, Africa and the Middle East, and has offices in Singapore, Belgium, China and Qatar.
LHT runs Singapore’s first waste wood recycling plant that turns timber industrial waste into compressed engineered wood. It has also developed environmentally-friendly products made either partially or completely with waste wood materials, through a process known as Innovative Processed Pallets Conversion. The process does not require heat treatment and fumigation, has a low carbon footprint, and results in pest-free products.
The company is present in Singapore, Malaysia and Vietnam.
This water treatment specialist provides innovative and advanced water and wastewater treatment technologies and solutions for the semiconductor, pharmaceutical and other industrial sectors. Its client roster includes semiconductor companies Micron and Global Foundries, pharmaceutical firms Pfizer and Novartis, and glove manufacturer Top Glove.
The company has completed projects in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Myanmar, and China.
Darco Water designs and manufactures customised systems for clients across Asia that are used to purify and recycle water for industrial applications and to treat industrial wastewater. To develop performance-reliable and cost-effective systems, the company uses inhouse fabrication, available membrane and ion exchange technologies, and integration of third-party components.
The company is present in Singapore, Malaysia, China, Vietnam, the Philippines, and Taiwan.
This company provides water treatment solutions that span sourcing, recycling, using and discharging. In India, its technologies helped to clean up the Narmada River in Omkareshwar, winning it the Zayed Sustainability Award 2019 for its impactful and innovative sustainability solutions.
This water purification and disinfection systems specialist’s products include a light-weight suitcase-sized system that generates 500 litres of drinking water per hour. The system can be powered by car batteries or solar panels, making it suitable for humanitarian aid and relief applications.
This wastewater treatment specialist for the petrochemical and process industry offers Advanced Oxidation Technology – a chemical-free treatment process for dissolved organic contaminants that has been used by major oil and pharmaceutical companies. Novexx is also a technology solutions provider for the incineration of low calorific value sludge (using the Fluidised Bed Incinerator) and industrial hazardous wastes. Its solutions include waste-to-energy and flue gas treatment systems.
The company has completed projects in the Middle East.